Capco is targeting the Canadian market, opening new offices in Toronto, Ontario, Montreal and Quebec under Jos Schmitt, managing partner for Canadian operations, and head of the Market Infrastructure practice. Capco recently completed a study for the Canadian Capital Markets Association (CCMA), highlighting possible enhancements for the post-trade processing of institutional trades. Making up the rest of the Canadian leadership team are Ido Gileadi, who heads the technology practice, Nick Jackson, head of wholesale banking, Miriam Tuerk, head of retail banking and payment practices and business development, and David Pascal, head of management and delivery of finance and risk projects. This follows Capco’s recent foray into Bangalore where it opened a new service delivery center with 100 employees.
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Upcoming Webinar: Entity identification and client lifecycle management – How financial institutions can drive $4 billion in cost savings
Date: 21 January 2021 Time: 10:00am ET / 3:00pm London / 4:00pm CET Duration: 50 minutes A new model in Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) issuance has created significant opportunities for financial institutions to capitalise on their KYC and AML due diligence. By becoming Validation Agents and obtaining LEIs on behalf of their clients, financial institutions...
The FICC Markets Standards Board (FMSB) in its latest Spotlight Review warns that if markets are to remain stable and trusted, fair and effective, then the rapid growth of new technology and of data science must be balanced with more effective governance and control. The report, which examines the crucial role of data management in...
Now in its 11th year, the Data Management Summit (DMS) in London, will explore how financial institutions are adapting their data strategies to capitalise and support revenue generating activities and operational efficiency in today's digital and cloud based environment. Join us to hear from leading data practitioners and innovators who will share insights into how they are pushing the boundaries with data and delivering value through data and analytics.
Client onboarding is central to the success of banks, yet it continues to present challenges and the benefits of getting it right are difficult to achieve. The challenges arise from siloed systems, manual processes and poor entity data quality. The potential benefits of successful implementation include excellent client experience, improved client acquisition and loyalty, new business opportunities, reductions in costs, competitive advantage, and confidence in compliance.